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Of Hartford’s 17 neighborhoods, the 2012 Hartford Health Equity Index ranked the Northeast Neighborhood lowest (worst) in health equity for potential “years of life lost”, diabetes, and infectious disease, as well as among the lowest in cardiovascular disease and respiratory disease for its residents.
(Courtesy) Not just n o i t i t compe The relatively new soccer club Hapoel Katamon has set up a Neighborhood League to give a sporting and educational framework for children from different neighborhoods • By ALLON SINAI W hen fans of Hapoel Jerusalem decided to set up a new soccer club in 2007, they did so out of desperation.
And while the mural design is still being finalized, Valenzuela Garcia says they plan on highlighting what has historically stood in both neighborhoods and what remains now.
The Marathon showcases the historic sites and in-town neighborhoods of Atlanta.
This corresponds to the city-designated neighborhoods of Carpenter-Ridgeway, Eken Park, and Worthington.
TruStile’s Guide to Denver Image by Robert Kash Welcome to Denver - - - - - - - - - - - X As residents of the great state of Colorado, all of us here at TruStile Doors want to be the first to welcome you to our home. With 300 days of sunshine per year, the Rocky Mountains at our doorstep, and a booming downtown, we’re proud to show you why Denver is considered the best place to live in the USA. The city of Denver is made up of 78 different neighborhoods, but only 12 of these comprise the majority of the downtown area. Your hotel, the Hotel Monaco, is located in the LoDo (lower downtown) neighborhood with Larimer Square within walking distance. Both of these neighborhoods are filled with restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and amenities truly unique to Denver. Read through our guide to learn more about downtown Denver, some places we recommend you see, and what to do if you have some extra time in the Mile High City. Neighborhoods Near Your Hotel - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - X LoDo (Lower Downtown) Image by Paul Sableman Over the past two decades, renovation and restoration have helped grow LoDo into one of the true centers for nightlife and entertainment in Denver. As the original spot where the city of Denver began, Victorian and turn of the century architecture line the streets of this neighborhood. There are more than 90 brewpubs, sports bars, restaurants, and coffee houses along with the site of Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies. With the remodel of Union Station, the city’s newest public transportation and nightlife hub, it’s easy to see why new businesses are flourishing in this section of the city. Larimer Square Image by Buzz Anderson Just a short walk from LoDo, Larimer Square creates a unique encounter for all those who spend time here. Though not a formal neighborhood and only spanning one full block, the 52 bars, restaurants and retailers that occupy this stretch of road define the urban renewal that is seen in so many cities today. Keep an eye out for Gusterman Silversmiths, only retailer in Larimer Square still in business from before it’s area’s revitalization in 1965. Photos by (clockwise from top) Ken Lane, Daniel Hoherd, Picture2Day Photography Our Favorite Places - - - - - - - - - - - X Though the list of places we could recommend you see while in Denver stretches a mile long, all of us here at TruStile have a few that stand out as must-sees! Union Station Image by Hans905 Don’t let this public transit hub fool you, there’s a lot more than meets the eye inside this historical building. Union Station is filled with restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and retailers to suit everyone’s taste. We recommend grabbing a drink at the Terminal Bar, located front and center of the station with seating all throughout the building and outdoors. Looking for something more than just a drink? Be sure to grab a bite to eat at the Kitchen Next Door, which features a wide variety plates to suit the tastes of even the most picky eaters. Wynkoop Brewing Company Image by Upscale Denver Homes Directly across the street from Union Station is a landmark for both the state of Colorado and the craft breweries all across the state. As Colorado's first brewpub and Denver's first craft brewery, Wynkoop Brewing Company was founded in 1988 by a coalition of investors that included current Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper and catalyzed the revitalization of LoDo in the late 1980’s. Beyond their endless list of craft beers, they also boast one of the largest pool halls in Denver on their top floor along with a wide variety of bar-games too!
The current effort to address I-70’s use and contribution to area transportation needs should not further the wrongs of the initial decision and the decades of significant adverse impacts in these neighborhoods.
In the best of cases, the long-term residents even take agency over the gardens that have been started in their neighborhoods, watering, weeding, gathering eggs from chicken coops and harvesting greens, vegetables, and fruits.
It encompasses the historic Buckeye, Larchmere, Woodland Hills and Shaker Square neighborhoods.
While these strategies may be beneficial in certain Real Estate markets, we do caution investors to consider building compliance guidelines in historic neighborhoods.
NFG members focus on improving the quality of life for residents of disadvantaged neighborhoods and communities.
Since the late 1990s Northeastern is located in Boston’s Fenway, Roxbury and Back Bay neighborhoods adjacent to Huntington Avenue near the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall.
Communities across the nation watched as formerly walkable neighborhoods were hollowed out by parking.
An Engaged and Informed Community Working Together for the Future Una Comunidad Comprometida e Informada, Trabajando Juntos para el Futuro OST | SOUTH UNION Quality of Life Agreement Acuerdo de Calidad de Vida PARTICIPANTS PARTICIPANTES The organizers of the OST/South Union GO Neighborhoods process acknowledge the invaluable participation of more than 400 people representing our neighborhoods, churches, schools, institutions, organizations, businesses, elected officials and others during planning meetings in 2013 and 2014.
Fair-housing advocacy groups blame the federal government for lax enforcement of the law and state and local housing agencies for limited efforts to disperse affordable housing into predominantly white neighborhoods.